Home to the safest entrance bar on the Pacific Northwest coast, the Port of Coos Bay features a Federally authorized navigation channel that is designed and maintained by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to provide convenient access to 6 marine terminals with 7 deep-draft berths and a variety of barge facilities.
Map of Terminals and Docks
About Foreign Trade Zone No. 132
#1 -- 284 acres on the eastern shore of the central section of the North Spit Peninsula, Coos County, Oregon; accessed by TransPacific Parkway. This property is owned and operated by the Port and the Bureau of Land Management and is known as the North Bay Marine Industrial Park. Intended use is marine and heavy industrial development.
#2 -- 520-acre parcel located on the northeast section of the North Spit Peninsula; also accessed by TransPacific Parkway. This property is owned by Roseburg Forest Products Co. and Weyerhaeuser. Existing buildings on the Roseburg property could be utilized for general-purpose warehousing. A portion of this site has railroad service.
#3 -- 531 acres in five parcels located at four marine terminals and at Southwest Oregon Regional Airport.
- Parcel 1 - Ocean Terminals in the City of North Bend, at Channel Mile 11.0, with rail and highway access.
- Parcel 2 - Export Services in the City of North Bend, at Channel Mile 11.5, with rail and highway access.
- Parcel 3 - Central Dock in the City of Coos Bay, at Channel Mile 13.3, with rail and highway access.
- Parcel 4 - Coos Bay Docks near the City of Coos Bay, at Channel Mile 15.1, with rail and highway access.
- Parcel 5 - Southwest Oregon Regional Airport; regular passenger and cargo flights, with adjacent business park.
Foreign-Trade Zone No. 132 is one of two zones in Oregon. The other one is Zone No. 45 and subzones, granted to the Port of Portland.
For general information on Foreign-Trade Zones, visit www.naftz.org
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